Frankie Dettori expects Enable to get blood pumping at Kempton ahead of Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe tilt

FRANKIE Dettori reports Enable to be in “good fettle” as she completes her Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe build-up at Kempton.

Frankie Dettori is looking forward to Enable's farewell race in Britain.

The six-year-old has an unprecedented third success in next month’s ParisLongchamp feature in her sights, and she tackles the September Stakes as she did before going on to claim her second Arc in 2018.

It is likely to be Enable’s final British outing and Dettori is keenly anticipating the race after a spell in Covid-19 quarantine following a riding stint in France.

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He said: “I rode her on Wednesday – in the morning I had Stradivarius first lot and Enable second lot, they are both in good fettle. I know there’s no crowd, but it’s something different and gets her blood pumping and it gets her closer to being as good as we can for the Arc.”

This is Enable winning the 2019 Yorkshire Oaks under Frankie Dettori.

Dakota Gold targets back-to-back wins in York’s Garrowby Stakes tomorrow just 10 days after landing the Beverley Bullet for trainer Michael Dods and jockey Connor Beasley.

Jump racing has been suspended at Southwell while the BHA conduct a safety review following a spate of equine fatalities, culminating in the death of Day Of Roses for Yorkshire trainer Jo Foster on Thursday.

Thirsk jockey Ben Curtis has failed to lift his 14-day ban for breaching Covid-19 protocols at Newmarket last Friday.

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